Happy Lunar New Year 2007

Author Administrator 5.2.2007. | 17:23

Happy Lunar New Year! (The year of the Pig)

We will close our office during the Chinese National Holiday.

Our office and warehouse will be closed from Monday February 12th to Sunday February 25th 2007.

During this time we can not process any orders or ship orders out. When the office is closed our on-line ordering systems will still be operating as normal & orders will be processed the next time the office is open.

Chinese New Year is the longest and most important celebration in the Chinese calendar. The Chinese year 4705 begins on Feb. 18, 2007 and the celebration ends on the full moon 15 days later.

The Lunar New Year dates from 2600 BC, when the Emperor Huang Ti introduced the first cycle of the zodiac. Chinese months are reckoned by the lunar calendar, with each month beginning on the darkest day.

New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day
This holiday trumps all other holidays in China, and the festivities last 15 days. New Year Eve’s dinner has lots of symbolic meaning. Eating dumplings implies wealth because they have the shape of ancient Chinese gold or silver ingots. Everyone, even kids, drinks a little liquor, which is a symbol of longevity. People also give each other red envelopes with money in it, a symbol of luck and wealth.

The Year Of The Pig
If you were born in 1923, 1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983 or 1995 – you were born under the sign of the pig. Like the pig, you are highly regarded for your chilvary and pureness of heart, and you often make friends for life. For pigs in 2007, any recent setbacks or obstacles can be overcome so look forward to a year in which to really shine, either personally or professionally.

Famous people born in the Year Of The Pig include Lucille Ball, Humphrey Bogart, Thomas Jefferson, Ernest Hemingway, Alfred Hitchcock, Mahalia Jackson, David Letterman, and Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Thank you for all your support during 2006/2007, we are looking forward to an even more prosperous and rewarding year for all in The Year Of The Pig 2007/2008.

Your Chinavasion-Team.

Author Administrator 5.2.2007. | 17:23
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  1. Clinton February 10, 18:53

    I’m very happy with the chinese pig’s year! Here we have some festivals, and carnival! I like to know you have a popular festival, with happyness and good wishes! I wish you all and family, from chinavasion a good party, properity! Some day I hope visit China and learn more about your culture!

  2. Charlemagne February 11, 09:05

    Happy Chinese New Year, Chinavasion! More power to you this 2007!

  3. Terry Joyce February 13, 02:27

    Well Have a great time Chinavasion! Happy Chinese New Year 2007 from all of us @ MP PLAYERS in Wales, uk

  4. arlington February 14, 02:55

    I have now learnt about the year of the pig and i have to say it is really true because something about this year is makeing me exspand my thoughts on buisness ideas,so happy new year to chinavision and to all the chinese people .

  5. Tiemoko Diarra February 14, 15:50

    Dear Chinavasion team;
    I wish all of you a very happy new year…
    May this new year of the Pig be much more prosperous for all of us and strenghtens our partnership.
    I hope to visit your great country very soon.

  6. maximiliano February 20, 02:07

    I realy wish you a very happy New Pig’s year, i’m happy because my

    wife i was born in 1971, and i hope she became regarded and pureness

    of heart!!!!!!!!!!

    best wishes

  7. Romeo February 24, 03:14

    Happy Chinese Year Of the Pig New year, I wish you well and amazing success for the coming future. Keep up the good work and hurry so you can these orders shipped out. There must be tons of stuff to ship. You guys Rock!!

  8. Rashaka and Ethel Brooks February 24, 11:51

    Happy New Year! Happy Year of the Pig! Looking forward to doing bigger and better business with you in this new auspicious year.

    Warmest regards

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